Monday of Holy Week: Faith

March 29, 2021 In 1883, an architect named Antoni Gaudi took over the design of a cathedral in Barcelona, Spain.  A Roman Catholic, he had a vision for an extraordinary offering to God, and until his death in 1926, when he was hit by a bus, he saw his work as a sacrifice, made inContinue reading “Monday of Holy Week: Faith”


March 22, 2021 Many faith traditions and spiritual disciplines offer a time of self-examination, a time of self-reflection to assess where we have been, where we are going, what we can release, and what we can carry forward.  For Christians, this season is called Lent; the same opportunity goes by other names in other traditions. Continue reading “Thresholds”


March 19, 2021 One year ago, on March 13, 2020, the first case of Coronavirus was reported.  Our governor announced that all schools would immediately close for three weeks.  On March 16, businesses began closing and sending their employees home to work.  On March 18, statewide orders prevented gatherings of more than 25 people, closedContinue reading “Ephemerals”

And it is good . . .

March 15, 2021 Awaken to the mystery of being hereand enter the immensity of your own presence.Have joy and peace in the temple of your senses. . . .Be consoled in the secret symmetry of your soul.May you experience each day as a sacred gift wovenaround a heart of wonder. For Presence, John O’Donohue IContinue reading “And it is good . . .”

How Shall We Rise?

March 10, 2021 This month marks the one-year anniversary of Covid-19 being declared a worldwide pandemic.  I don’t believe this is the type of anniversary where we will fetch balloons and champagne, but anniversaries, like birthdays, invite us to reflect on where we were a year ago and where we are now, along with whoContinue reading “How Shall We Rise?”